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Kasich plans to increase tax on natural gas fracking

n early February, Gov. John Kasich attempted to produce a reform package that would lower individual income taxes on the tobacco business while increasing taxes on the oil and natural gas industry. 527 more words

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Fracked oil & gas running out in the US.... so industry eyes up the Arctic

Remember how the oil & gas industry had (and here in the UK still is) promoted fracking as the ‘bridge to a cleaner source of energy’? 226 more words

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'Drink your own fracking waste water!'

In just three minutes, using three cups of waste water from fracking, this guy makes an impregnable case against fracking and puts this Nebraska committee of oil & gas cronies to shame. 98 more words

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The Fire of Knowledge

Is the UK a free, democratic country? How many people are really aware of what’s happening?

In the Guardian this week is an article about new code of conduct for all civil servants, including scientists & engineers who are involved in research for the government. 120 more words

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The Customary Campaign.

For most of you who live in the northern hemisphere, summer comes and goes too quickly and the long winter is formidable and exhausting. By the time spring rolls around, you’re well and truly ready for the green. 614 more words

Fracking: New aerial research to track pollutants above western fossil fuel development zones

Sensitive instruments to track methane, VOCs and other airborne toxins from New Mexico to North Dakota

Staff Report

FRISCO — A recent study of satellite data showing… 523 more words

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GarryRogers reblogged this on GarryRogers Nature Conservation and commented:

GR:  As always, we study the consequences of our actions after we act. We often do not attempt to determine effects before we act, and if we do try to predict consequences, the attempt is usually feeble and inadequate. Even more disappointing, the companies and government agencies involved rarely do any kind of follow-up research. And if they do, their results usually justify the action. For mining and energy development, the U. S. Bureau of Land Management is the biggest failure.

Fracking: New aerial research to track pollutants above western fossil fuel development zones

Sensitive instruments to track methane, VOCs and other airborne toxins from New Mexico to North Dakota

Staff Report

FRISCO — A recent study of satellite data showing… 523 more words

Environment